Bush Camps

Camping

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Walks in Bush Camps

Easy

Blue Gum Flat bush camp

As the name suggests, magnificent blue gums tower over this bush camp, a short walk from the scenic shores of Lake Manchester.

Easy

Cabbage Tree Creek bush camp

This open grassy bush camp is named after the nearby Cabbage Tree Creek, a tributary of Lake Manchester. It provides an excellent starting point to explore the creeks and peaks of this section of the park.

Easy
3 km
1 hr

Dundas Road bush camp walk

Dundas Road bush camp.Remote bush camping in open eucalypt forest. Enjoy picturesque wet eucalypt forest on your walk to the campsite. This campsite is the most accessible remote campsite in the park and suits overnight campers with some walking experience and fitness.
This is a great place to base yourself to go exploring other areas.

Hard
21 km
2 days

England Creek bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in the remote middle section of the park, alongside picturesque England Creek. There are several waterholes along England Creek Road, 10 minutes south of the campsite. Look out for native daisies along the road edge flowering spring to summer. Pink rock orchids and tongue orchids can be seen growing on rock cuttings on Joyners Ridge Road in spring.

Very Easy
3.6 km
3.5 hrs

Light Line bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in open eucalypt woodland surrounded by bloodwoods, grey gums and tallowwoods. The uncommon shrub, Goodenia ovata, shows off its yellow flowers in spring and autumn along the road edge on the walk in.

Medium
10 km
7.5 hrs

Middle Kobble bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in an open grassy area next to Kobble Creek, in the remote northern section of the park. A short walk takes you to the top of the Kobble Creek waterfall. Keep an eye out for the prehistoric-looking Lepidozamia (cycads) on your walk to the bush camp. Skinks and keelbacks (freshwater snakes) can be seen basking on the rocks at the top of Kobble Creek waterfall. Bottlebrush plants flower along the creek beside the bush camp in spring.

Medium
15 km
4 hrs

North Kobble bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in open eucalypt forest adjacent to Kobble Creek. The campsite's only access is by walking along unmarked trails through steep terrain. You will need to be physically fit and have bushwalking and navigation skills, and have an emergency plan in place with a responsible friend or family member. A topographic map is required to find the campsite — map grid reference: 778 856.

Hard
10.4 km
4.5 hrs

Northbrook Mtn bush camp walk

Remote bush camping on a high ridge overlooking Kipper Creek in wet sclerophyll forest. Northbrook Mountain summit is approximately a 15-minutes walk from the campsite. The summit affords extensive views looking south across the England Creek catchments and is covered in mountain heath, where wildflowers bloom between winter and spring.

Medium
8 km
2.5 hrs

Scrub Road bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in open eucalypt woodland among magnificent spotted gums, ironbarks and grey gums.

Very Hard
10 km
6 hrs

South Kobble bush camp walk

Remote bush camping in open forest beside Kobble Creek.